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I believe that the mainstay of the LW bomber force in 1944 was the JU88. Therefore, may I suggest that a JU88 (1944 specification) would be a welcome addition for DCS WWII. Perhaps an AI model initially, like the B17.

 

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Sure. Another target is always welcome. ;)

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I believe that the mainstay of the LW bomber force in 1944 was the JU88. Therefore, may I suggest that a JU88 (1944 specification) would be a welcome addition for DCS WWII. Perhaps an AI model initially, like the B17.

 

Happy landings,

 

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Racoon,

 

I have the feeling that you are already ahead of us all and have everything well in hand :)

 

Thank you and good luck to you and all the team with the WWII project.

 

Happy landings,

 

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Hopefully the B17 will set the benchmark, and provide an indication of community interest in the multi-engine warbirds from both sides. A few twins would be great. I'm not sure the 4-engine heavies make as much sense as the likes of the Douglas A-20, Martin B-26 Marauder, DH Mosquito, JU88 with the limited map available.

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Hopefully the B17 will set the benchmark, and provide an indication of community interest in the multi-engine warbirds from both sides. A few twins would be great. I'm not sure the 4-engine heavies make as much sense as the likes of the Douglas A-20, Martin B-26 Marauder, DH Mosquito, JU88 with the limited map available.

 

After a B-17 would be a monster for DCS to build compare to the the small setup we have currently, feel make not any sense.

As twin Engine Setup would be the Me-410 the Mosquito and A-20 with layout as multirole Bomb Ground Strike aircraft realy wellcome would be nice aspect for later MP Server.

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A JU88 AI would be a great target for the Spitfire and P51, as the ME109 and the FW190 are now getting the AI B17 as a bomber target.

 

For a fully fledged twin engine DCS WW2 module, the Mosquito gets my vote. They were used in 1944 for sweeps over Normandy so would fit the bill perfectly. One can only dream :)

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A JU88 AI would be a great target for the Spitfire and P51, as the ME109 and the FW190 are now getting the AI B17 as a bomber target.

 

For a fully fledged twin engine DCS WW2 module, the Mosquito gets my vote. They were used in 1944 for sweeps over Normandy so would fit the bill perfectly. One can only dream :)

 

What he said, especially about the mossie.

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I am all for ju88. I have proposed it at least once myself. Extremely versatile platform. From tactical bomber, dive bomber and torpedo bomber to a night fighter, not to mention iconic, along side He111, bomber of the Luftwaffe.

 

And I would say allies need a ground pounder too. B25/Mosquito/A20.


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Yo-yo talk some time ago about a twin bomber planned, and a A-20G AI has actualy in progress previosly to the ju-88

 

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